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one village at a time

What We Do

Improve education and livelihood of poor rural African communities

Education

Education is a basic human right. As such, it is one of the most important enabler to overcome poverty and building lasting livelihood opportunities. For details of our plan click on the icon.

Clean Water

Many young and elderly suffer from waterborne illness such as diarrhea due to usage of unclean water. In most places people and animals share the same source of water for drinking and house hold use.

Health Service

In Burji district of Southern Ethiopia for a population of 67,000, there is no hospitals. Instead, the community is serviced with three inadequately resourced clinics.

Rural agriculture and Development

Rural communities are subsistence farmers where they often till the same plot of land and grow the same crop with poor yield. Most of the season the farmers do not have enough farm product to sustain them year around.

Your donation of $100 will sustain a student for a month

Our Mission

Empower poor African rural communities for sustainable growth and development
Global partnering to impact lives in poor rural Africa

DBCO is an international non-profit organization headquartered in San Marcos, California, with membership from North America, Europe, Australia and Africa.

Our vision is a prosperous Burji community living in peace and harmony.

Our Mission is partnering with minority and marginalized Burji communities in S. Ethiopia and N. Kenya to create lasting educational and livelihood opportunities.

DBCO will accomplish these goals by partnering with communities, local government and other national and international NGOs.

  • Education

    Most important factor to overcome poverty.

  • Health service

    Poor health service result in children not attending school and farmers not working on the farm- all result in poverty.

  • Clean water

    Waterborne illnesses are one of the primary factors in children missing school and remaining in poverty.

  • Rural Agriculture and Development

    Rural farmers use subsistence farming with poor crop rotation that often result in poor yield and uncertainity

Our Board

We are group of dedicated volunteers excited about our mission
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Said Osman, M.D., F.A.A.O.S; F.R.C.S.Ed. (ortho)

Founder
A Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon, developed leading edge technology in surgery. My educational path has taken me out of Africa from southern Ethiopia, Kenya to Scotland and USA. My life has been a happy process empowered by great people providing positive opportunities.
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Dr Yohannes Chonde

Founder
A successful life thru the generosity and good will of many. It’s been an amazing journey from a village in Ethiopia to a Doctor in Chemistry with 27 plus years, now retired from Dow Chemical. We succeed by helping others succeed! It’s time to give back!
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Dr. Jibril Hirbo

Board Member
A Doctor in genetic research. I have benefited immensely from the goodwill and generous support of others to attain my education. I am passionate about helping others realize their potential to succeed in life.
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Craig H. Neilson

Board Member
Successful business owner and director of non-profits across the USA and Mexico for many years. Has a strong belief that together we can create a better community.

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